Thursday, October 22, 2015

Son Cremita - La Musica

Ever so often we attend classes and workshops on musicality related to Salsa dancing. In those classes or workshops, one thing consistently mentioned by Instructors is to take note of how a particular music makes you feel, and subsequently musicality is how the dancer responds to such feeling(s).

This song is smooth and whimsical in its melody. It gives you the impression that you're in a rural countryside with a crusty live band playing for you. Almost carefree. Then as the music builds up slowly to its climax, you get a short and sweet guitar solo towards the end. And then it starts, the choir comes together and you feel the end coming and you get more frantic.... before it smooths out to end. Yes I know how it sounds like, but good music affects you similarly.

Son Cremita - La Musica

Check it out and let me know what you think about it!

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